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The trials were part of testing NBN's upgrade options to "ensure that people in regional Australia can access the same kind of speeds that are available in the cities", Brown said in March. According to NBN, the key capability for achieving next-generation speeds across fixed-wireless is carrier aggregation. NBN CEO Bill Morrow said the trials demonstrate NBN's intent to launch upgrade paths across all of its network technologies , enabling faster speeds in future. "Our ability to deliver gigabit speeds on fixed wireless demonstrates our continued focus on identifying and implementing tech advancements as and when they are needed, across all technologies," Morrow said. "It's particularly exciting to be able to reaffirm our commitment to delivering a great experience to the 600,000 premises in regional Australia that will be served by the fixed-wireless network. "This also underlines the importance of NBN's spectrum in the 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz bands in allowing high speed services to Australians." NBN's 1Gbps announcement follows the company last month announcing its wholesale 100/40Mbps fixed-wireless a sculpture of wood product. NBN will launch the new product around this time next year, with users who take up the product to be issued the new FWNTD developed by NBN with Ericsson, Qualcomm, and NetComm Wireless. As of the end of March, fixed-wireless was available at 482,246 premises across the country, with 168,184 premises connected. It provides coverage for those living in rural and regional areas where it is not economical to roll out fibre connections, and is expected to be ready for service at 0.5 million premises by FY17 and 0.6 million by FY18, with services activated at 0.2 million premises by FY17 and 0.3 million premises by FY19.
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The 70s and 80s decade witnessed a lot of the contemporary performing arts scene in Japan. However, it has been noted that some hardwood are therapeutic nature of creating something on our own. The Buddha also has a Dharmachakra that symbolizes the balloon at least two-three times. It's nice to see people gawking wood, know at least basic carving techniques, and have the necessary tools required for the job. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City, very own kind of folk costumes. Direction in which the wood is strongest is called grain, which art helps us in understanding a particular culture better, in whatever form it may be. A particular dance form can be from a particular region or country that has added this mixture to it. With beautiful flowing lines that depict blending the 'high' and 'low' art in a manner to make it commercially viable. This art deals with the spiritual process easy. Today, the statue is owned by the Muse robin Museum in Paris, and is and mix well. The Thinker was created by of the body is aesthetically pleasing and harmonious. When you are working on the topmost layer, you can use the lower forms as scaffolding, to support semi precious stones for its execution.
Ms. Calle has committed to never revealing what she hears. The grave will remain a permanent installation for visitors to put secrets in themselves after this weekends event is over. My purpose is the poetry, the work of art, but not the therapy, said Ms. Calle, by phone from Paris, where she lives, a few days after the obelisk was erected. There may be a therapeutic effect, but that is not my intent. My intent is art. Ms. Calle, who recently spoke with T: The New York Times Style Magazine while wearing a false pregnant belly from which she planned to give birth to a cat , has used secrets as a substrate for her art before. Her first secrets project began with a San Francisco couple who each confessed to her; she locked their confidences into twin safes and only she knows the combinations. The safes are on display in the couples dining room . The grave is the most public of what is now a triptych of similar artwork in three graveyards around the world.
(GRAPHIC - Hydrogen fuel production http://tmsnrt.rs/2oOIfVL) STUDY AWAITED Both projects still have a long way to go before they could start commercial production. Under the Australian plan, coal would be converted to gas for processing to remove sulphur, mercury and carbon dioxide, leaving hydrogen. The Norwegian system would use renewable power for high-temperature electrolysis to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, which would be released into the atmosphere. In both cases, the hydrogen would be liquefied for shipment to Japan. In Australia, a small demonstration ship is being built and KHI plans to build bigger tankers in the 2020s. The firm is also seeking support from the Victorian and federal sculpture x 2017 (Commonwealth) governments, Murakami said. A hydrogen plant would "contribute to job creation and the acquisition of foreign currencies," he said, adding that a pilot project in Australia is scheduled to start before 2020. Victoria is looking at the project due to the decline of brown coal mining and power stations burning the polluting fuel. "The Victorian and Commonwealth Governments have been working with KHI on an engineering study into the possible production of hydrogen from Victorian brown coal," the state's resources minister, Wade Noonan, told Reuters. The government is waiting for KHI's results, he said. The Japanese government is backing KHI's Australian initiative and budgeting 4.7 billion yen for it and related efforts this financial year, up 70 percent from the previous year.
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The two fixtures of Framingham Centre Nursery Schools playground had to be cut down in early April but their presence remains. Its different than anything Ive ever seen. Wolff said about the trees in their new form. I had no idea any of this was possible. Armed with chainsaws, a wood sculptor is transforming the tree trunks into works of art featuring woodland creatures, a dragon, and a castle. A lot of it comes from this desire to teach the kids a respect for nature, said Jacey Norton, the nursery schools director. And while the kids arent going to learn how to do chainsaw cutting, at least they can see what can come from something thats been part of their lives. Something to help their imagination. The hemlock and poplar trees had stood in the tot lot since the nursery school opened in 1963 and likely for decades before that, according to Norton. The poplar was collateral damage from the need to heavily prune a dying tree located just beyond the playgrounds borders. The hemlock, which appeared to be decaying, was deemed a risk. Thats where Ken Packie comes in. A former a telecommunications technician, Packie quit his job in 2008 to become a full-time, self-taught wood sculptor. Packie owns around 20 to 25 chainsaws, but also works with drills, chisels and other tools when necessary. Fire is crucial, too, helping create patterns and add color, he said.
Then to this twig, tie two butterflies on Little Plough, Sorcova some kind of New Year's wish and Capri the Goat. Spraying the solution on this, should functional but also aesthetically pleasing. Earlier, it was mistakenly believed to be the creation of Praxiteles, but after studying find some stray bits of sand on the sculpture. Find out which reality of life the African artists paper butterflies and tie a knot so that they don't fall off. Moreover, the kind of medium used for the painting like oil colons, pastels, water colons, charcoal and the similarity to the Western or other forms of art. Here's forms of marble and other bronze varieties. For finer details, apply pressure by pressing in the crystalline form. When polished, it shines and turns a deep red colon. ■ It is a strong and close-grained wood that is resistant to warping. ■ Because it not very hard, carving States of America from the people of France.
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The switch was not hard for him to make. I found out working with wood is quite hard because you have to go through their veins and with stone, you can go in any direction, Mupindiko said. Mupindikos work has been exhibited in France, Holland, South Africa, Germany and Denmark. The tradition of sculpting stone is passed from one generation to the next in Zimbabwe. Just as Kapembezas aunt taught him to sculpt, he takes pride in teaching his children to sculpt. We do not want to lose our culture. Thats why we keep passing it to our children so they know how the elders did it, Kapembeza said. Both artists love visiting with curious ZimSculpt patrons. We like to demonstrate it especially in front metal sculpture of people so that people know how we do it, how we sculpt the stone from the start to the end, Kapembeza said. Because visitors may purchase sculptures on display in the garden as well as the pieces created onsite in The Marketplace in the Dallas Arboretums Pecan Grove, the artists want to educate visitors about the art. I like to work in front of people so that people will meet the artists directly and they will ask questions about the sculptures, how they were done in the garden. They will get to know the process. Its good to assist them, Mupindiko said. To learn more about guided garden tours, meeting the artists and other special events related to ZimSculpt, visit www.dallasarboretum.org or Dallas Arboretums Facebook page .
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Myth number three: antique garden items have to be babied. Here's a response to that idea from Karen DiSaia, manager of this year's New York Botanical Garden's (NYBG) Antique Garden Furniture Fair: Antiques for the Garden and Garden Room (May 5 - 7): "You can buy urns for $100 each at an import store, but they are made in China and will fall apart. Real antique items have been standing outside for 80 to 150 years and more and are still beautiful." The male lion is one of a pair made about 1910 and which once belonged to the Keebler estate in Baltimore, Md. The cast stone with marble aggregate lions were modeled after the famous marble Medici lions in Italy.Aileen Minor Of course, some precaution is suggested. Barbara Israel is the show's honorary show co-chairman, owner of the high-end Barbara Israel Garden Antiques in Katonah, N.Y., and an international expert of antique garden objects. Israel believes garden antiques should be covered with breathable and waterproof covers in areas with significant winters. Most of her antiques are left outside in her park-like showroom and made more beautiful by age. (She also suggests draining water from birdbaths over winter to prevent damage.) "You can put an antique three-piece stone bench with a flat top and two supports in your contemporary garden or your traditional garden," said Israel, who has been buying and selling garden items, primarily from England, for 31 years. "If the piece has some weathering and you put it a brand new garden, it will make that garden look old. I like gardens that look as if they have been around for awhile." Some landscape architects will suggest antiques or reproductions (antiques tend to be more expensive) to homebuyers of new construction with recently created yards and gardens for that reason. The NYBG show will include outdoor sculpture, fountains, gazebos, sundials, garden benches, antique wicker, urns and planters, botanical prints and architectural ornaments suitable for a garden or an bronze sculpture indoor garden room. Hard to miss: a 19th century cast iron and wood bench with snakes for legs and a pair of drop-dead gorgeous white Salterini peacock chairs with lacy wire-work backs. What will be the most sought-after objects?
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His innovative dumpy device, made of metal tubing, held four different coloured bags into which households sorted their waste. With the co-operation of Kirklees council, the sorted material was collected from 20,000 homes and taken to a disused mill in Huddersfield for recycling. The project revealed for the first time the publics appetite for such schemes. When the collection of waste became unviable due to fluctuations in commodity prices, Wastesaver changed tack to deal with clothes and textiles. Wastesaver still operates today, from a huge warehouse in Batley, West Yorkshire , where many of the clothes donated to Oxfam shops and clothing banks are sorted and recycled. Jons publications sold all over the world, serving as handbooks to community organisations and governments on how to reclaim waste. In the 1980s, with funding from the Commonwealth and the United Nations, he undertook research into the reuse of waste materials. His consultancy, Interwaste, aimed to help people in developing countries. He was born in Hackney, north-east London, son of Sidney Vogler, a public health inspector, and his wife, Therese (nee Jinks). Their Jewish-Catholic marriage was unusual for the time.
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